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Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid

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CPR and First Aid

CPR911
Standard First Aid / Basic Rescuer BLS - C CPR
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This course is designed for individuals interested in learning about how to deal with common medical emergencies including choking and cardiac arrest for the infant, child and adult. It is recommended for those pursuing career goals in Medicine, Nursing, Law Enforcement, ECE and PSW. Emphasis is placed on recognition of the signs and symptoms of common medical emergencies to ensure appropriate care for the casualty. This course consists of both theory and practical based learning and is taught to the standards of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario (Health Care Provider) and/or Toronto EMS, and should be taken as one of the last courses prior to graduating.




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CPR912
Emergency First Aid / Heartsaver CPR BLS - A
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This course is designed for any individual interested in learning about how to deal with common medical emergencies including adult choking and cardiac arrest in the work place or at home. The first aid component consists of shock, unconsciousness, emergency scene management, sudden illnesses, fainting, and cardiovascular emergencies; while the heartsaver component consists of heart attack and cardiac arrest for adults. Emphasis is placed on recognition of the signs and symptoms of common medical emergencies to ensure appropriate care for the casualty. This course consists of both theory and practical based learning and is taught to the standards of the Heart and Stroke Foundation and/or Toronto EMS.




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CPR916
CPR Basic Rescuer Re-certification BLS - C
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This course is intended for participants who have current CPR "BLS-C" level status and are due for renewal. Participants are expected to attend the course with a proficiency in their skills. The retraining includes a review of current statistics on cardiovascular disease, risk factors, signs and symptoms, actions for survival and entry into the emergency medical system. Emphasis will be place on demonstration and practice of the up to date standards for CPR and choking procedures for the adult, child and infant. This course is taught to the standards of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario (Health Care Provider Standards and/or Toronto EMS.




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Program Contacts

Maria Graziosi
Program Assistant
Maria.Graziosi@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.22512


Barbara Pimenoff
Program Coordinator
Barbara.Pimenoff@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.24019